PARIS — Canadian-based Magna International over the last several years has regrouped a dozen former operating divisions into five subsidiaries that it intends to spin off while remaining an investor. The final baby Magna was named in April. Called Intier, it is a US$3 billion company offering complete interiors: cockpits, seating, doors, carpet and acoustic material, overhead systems and cargo management. Intier combines the former Atoma Closure Systems, Magna Interior Systems and Magna ...

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